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Accepted Papers :

DRAT: An Unobtrusive, Scalable Approach to Large Scale Software License Analysis
Chris A. Mattmann1 (California Institute of Technology, University of Southern California)
Ji-Hyun Oh (California Institute of Technology, University of Southern California)
Tyler Palsulich (California Institute of Technology)
Lewis John McGibbney (California Institute of Technology)
Yolanda Gil (University of Southern California)
Varun Ratnakar (University of Southern California)

Automatically Mining Negative Code Examples from Software Developer Q & A Forums
Ryan Serva (University of Delaware)
Zachary R. Senzer (University of Delaware)
Lori Pollock (University of Delaware)
K. Vijay-Shanker (University of Delaware)

CrossPare - A Tool for Benchmarking Cross-Project Defect Predictions
Steffen Herbold (University of Göttingen)

An Empirical Study of Long Method and God Method in Industrial Projects
Xiaoqiong Zhao (Zhejiang University)
Xiao Xuan (Zhejiang University)
Shanping Li (Zhejiang University)

Mining Software Dependency Networks for Agent-Based Simulation of Software Evolution
Verena Honsel (University of Göttingen)
Daniel Honsel (University of Göttingen)
Steffen Herbold (University of Göttingen)
Jens Grabowski (University of Göttingen)
Stephan Waack (University of Göttingen)